Miscellaneous

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Lets think outside the box....

This is focused on the researcher world, but the arguments hold for other fields Q: What is the primary factor for ranking researchers? A: Citations. Surely the aim, therefor, of the researcher is to market her work as widely as possible, to maximise the potential for citation. Given that we are now in the Information Age, where The Internet is the primary source of answers (backed up by reading what has been found, ...more »

Submitted by (@ian.stuart)

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Repository for the short term

1) My repository does not aim for accessibility and/or usability of its contents beyond the short term (say 3 years)

Submitted by (@c.rusbridge)

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Repository for the Medium term

2) My repository aims for accessibility and/or usability of its contents for the medium term (say 4 to 10 years)

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Repositories and RSS

Repositories have a function as a source of the latest R&D knowledge, which should be exposed rather than kept hidden from users. Their content should be made available to wider audiences using current awareness tools such as RSS feeds. RSS also could help to increase the interest of authors as well, in order to boost the deposit rate.

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Repository for the long term

3) My repository aims for accessibility and/or usability of its contents for the long term (say greater than 10 years).

Submitted by (@c.rusbridge)

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